UPDATED: June 25, 9:20 a.m.
Firefighters worked well into the early morning hours on Sunday to put out a five-alarm inferno that broke out inside a closed Glendale market on Saturday night.
According to the Fire Department, the blaze ignited at about 9:20 p.m. on June 24 inside the roof of the Farmers Market at 72-10 Myrtle Ave. near 72nd Street.
Within an hour, the fire spread throughout the structure to an adjoining building, filling the air with acrid smoke.
Not the #smokeshow we want to see. 4-alarm fire at 72nd Street and Myrtle Avenue in Glendale. Started at a deli behind those @fdny trucks there. Flames sprouted up a few times but these guys got it controlled. Probably about two dozen trucks and several ambulances but seemed to be no injuries. Thank you FDNY companies 135 138 140 252 291 and the crapload of other companies I missed. #myrtleturtles #bravest @nypost @newsday @nydn_photo
Scores of firefighters rushed on the scene along with the 104th Precinct. The 104th Precinct Civilian Observation Patrol also responded and assisted police by controlling traffic and preventing people from entering the fire zone.
Eleven firefighters and one other person reportedly suffered injuries while battling the inferno, according to NBC New York; none of the injuries are life-threatening. The blaze was finally brought under control just after 1 a.m. on June 25.
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The cause of the blaze is under investigation.